Sunday, 26 February 2017

Cape Agulhas

We left Hermanus and made our way further to the west heading to Cape Agulhas which is the actual most southerly tip of the continent.  It is the point at which the two oceans, the cold Atlantic and the warmer Indian meet.  Again we were hoping for good swimming conditions.

We arrived to find a fairly unremarkable spot marked by a plaque and a lighthouse.

We climbed to the top of the lighthouse to see the view.

We found a beautiful beach on the Indian Ocean side, but alas the water may have been jelly fish were everywhere!  We gave up on the swimming and turned back for Capetown.

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